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(OP)
how do you insert a watermark useing corel paintshop pro X2?i am reading and se nothing.Can any1 help!!

RE: watermarks

Should be the last option in the Image Menu.

Or Try this form corel.com

http://apps.corel.com/flash/psppx2/features/Watermark.htm

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RE: watermarks

(OP)
thanks for the reply.I looked at the tutoral and it says you must 1st create and save an image containing your logo or overlay text.How do you do that? Is there a tutoral on that?

RE: watermarks

Make a new image and add whatever you want the watermark to be. Text, an Image etc.. Save it as a Paint Shop Pro file.
Then just follow the instructions.  Use the Browse button to find the image wherever you saved it.

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Unknown has caused an Unknown Error on Unknown and must be shutdown to prevent damage to Unknown.

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